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Tab Renamer


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Jeff RoysterJun 13, 2024

Renaming a tab is applying that name to all pages on that domain. So I want to label with a label, but then visit and it's applying the custom tab. I don't see settings to play with. Love the simple interface if it were more precise. EDIT because I don't think I can reply below. Developer response makes total sense, now that I understand it I can incorporate that into my workflow. Updated rating. Cheers

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Ahmad PourihosseiniDeveloperJun 13, 2024

Hi Jeff! Thanks for your feedback. I genuinely appreciate it. It helps me surface bugs or features people want to see. To address your problem, can you confirm whether you opened the second URL in the same tab? That might explain why you are seeing this behaviour. I have made the design decision to assign the names to individual tabs rather than URLs, since it felt more natural for the workflows I had in mind. Due to this, navigating to a new URL in the same tab is not expected to change the tab's name. However I can see that some might find the assignment of names to URLs better suiting their workflows. Please let me know if this is a behaviour you would like to see, and I will add it to the list of features I am currently working on. You can also do this directly on the extension's developer support site, here: Additionally, I can verify that the current version of the extension will not assign a name to entire domains, so if you open two separate tabs to and, you should be able to rename them individually and independently. In fact, you should be able to open two separate tabs to the same URL and rename them independently as well.

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